An inner landscape
Castiglion del Bosco is the classic landscape of our imagination, a perfect picture. A five-thousand-acre estate immersed in the countryside outside Siena, with its gently rolling hills and knolls sloping down into large expanses of green in springtime and bathed in golden hues come autumn.
The property is one of the oldest and best-preserved estates in Tuscany. It is clustered around the tranquil Borgo, once an important farming and social hub, bordered by charming avenues of resinous cypresses and alive with lush aromatic courtyards, terraced gardens and sweet-scented kitchen gardens.
Situated on the ancient Via Francigena, a route travelled by merchants and pilgrims, with age-old traces of the Etruscan civilization and fine examples of Medieval and early Renaissance art, Castiglion del Bosco also offers an immaculate golf course, a Winery with barrel cellar, and a vibrant wildlife reserve. The estate’s dense woodland is teeming with deer, wild boar, pheasants and badgers, making outdoor activities all the more exciting. Imagination comes to life and that perfect picture we have painted truly exists just 90 km from Florence and 45 km from Siena, in the green and sunny Tuscan countryside.